Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower
Banana Passion Fruit (Passiflora mollissima). A yellow, oval shaped passion fruit with bright yellow skin and orange pulp. Pulp is edible and very tasty. Often used in juice making …
Amazon.com | 30.06. 2007
Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla
The largest fruit in its genus, the giant granadilla, Passiflora quadrangularis L. (syn. P. macrocarpa M.T. Mast.), is often called merely grenadilla, or parcha. The vine is fast-growing, large, coarse, herbaceous but woody at the x, arising from a fleshy root that becomes enlarged …
Amazon.com | 02.08. 2007
Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower
Very fast growing vine to 10-20 ft, sometimes longer. This variety is a hybrid between two hardy passion flower species (Passiflora incarnata and P. cinnicata), and as a result, is very hardy itself, surviving temperatures below 0 F. Vines will die back upon temperatures below 32F …
Amazon.com | 24.09. 2007
Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower
Large flowers, deep purple color and fragrance are brought together in this passion flower. A hybrid of Roland Fischer of Germany. Hardy Zone 8 and higher for outdoors. Great indoors, too! Full sun, grows to 1-3 in container, minimum temperature indoors 50°, blooms in spring and …
Amazon.com | 27.09. 2007
Rhodochiton atrosanguineum - Chinese Purple Bell Rhodochiton atrosanguineum - Chinese Purple Bell
Extremely beautiful rapid growing climber that starts flowering in June and continues until the frosts in the fall. Delightful parasol-shaped fuchsia pink calyx with black/purple to crimson 3 flowers within. Can be used in sunny pergolas, porches, trellises, hanging baskets, even …
Amazon.com | 08.07. 2007
Stephanotis floribunda - Madagascar Jasmine Stephanotis floribunda - Madagascar Jasmine
The Madagascar Jasmine (Bridal Wreath) thrives with bright but indirect lighting. A bright North or East window is perfect,or any indirect light window. Also, try to provide some humidity as this plant will do better then although this is not critical for the plants survival. The …
Amazon.com | 18.11. 2007
Tropaeolum peregrinum - Canary Bird Vine Tropaeolum peregrinum - Canary Bird Vine
Apart from common nasturtiums, there is a group of related Tropaeolum species which all make lovely garden plants. Most popular of these is the Canary creeper, an extraordinary climber with deeply divided palm-shaped leaves and heavily fringed blooms that peep from among the foliage …
Amazon.com | 07.07. 2007
Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria
Vioalcea Plena is a magnificent variety of Japanese wisteria. This climber bears 30-40 cm long racemes of double, deep violet, scented flowers that make this plant a fantastic show-stopper when in full bloom. In English-speaking countries it is often sold under another name: Black …
Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria
Vioalcea Plena is a magnificent variety of Japanese wisteria. This climber bears 30-40 cm long racemes of double, deep violet, scented flowers that make this plant a fantastic show-stopper when in full bloom. In English-speaking countries it is often sold under another name: Black …
Blue Chinese Wisteria Plants Wisteria sinensis - Chinese Wisteria
The Chinese wisteria is a shade-tolerant vine, but it blooms best when grown in the sun. It prefers a deep, rich loam, has a moderate growth rate and is very easy to grow. The vine is easily pruned to keep it contained. The violet blue flowers, borne in drooping 8-12 racemes, are …
Amazon.com | 31.05. 2007
Wisteria sinensis 'Alba' - Chinese wisteria Wisteria sinensis 'Alba' - Chinese wisteria
Chinese wisteria is no doubt the queen of flowering climbers. Alba variety bears clusters of very fragrant, pure white flowers that are 25-35 cm long and appear on bare wood earlier than on other wisterias, usually in April. Rather exotic looking pinnate leaves are mid green and densely …
Clematis Bee´s Jubilee Caring for Clematis (1)
Clematis are popular vines that belong to the Ranunculaceae family of plants. Clematis are primarily grown to add vertical interest to a garden with their colourful flowers, fascinating seed heads and attractive deciduous or evergreen foliage. Several hundred different species and …
Art's Nursery Ltd. | 24.11. 2006
Clematis - Caring for Clematis Caring for Clematis (2)
PruningWhile it is not mandatory to prune Clematis, you will find that your plant is more attractive and will produce more flowers if properly cared for. Pruning also enables you to control the size and growth of the plant and allows you to remove dead or damaged parts …
Art's Nursery Ltd. | 25.11. 2006